Radio Africa International

Radio Africa International

Post by N8KD » Mon, 23 Feb 2004 03:11:30

Came across Radio Africa International on 11735 in English at 1804.
Transmitter is in Julich, Germany. An operation of the United Methodist
Church.

I was looking for Radio Tanzania-Zanzibar on 11734.1 which has been
missing in action for some time.

Steve
Holland, MI
Drake R7, R8 and R8B

 
 
 

Radio Africa International

Post by N8KD » Mon, 23 Feb 2004 03:26:17



> Came across Radio Africa International on 11735 in English at 1804.
> Transmitter is in Julich, Germany. An operation of the United Methodist
> Church.

The parallel frequency of 13820 (listed) is blocked here by Radio Marti via
the Greenville transmitter.
Quote:

> I was looking for Radio Tanzania-Zanzibar on 11734.1 which has been
> missing in action for some time.

> Steve
> Holland, MI
> Drake R7, R8 and R8B

 
 
 

Radio Africa International

Post by Maximu » Mon, 23 Feb 2004 07:26:10

Don't you love being jammed by our own government's propoganda - makes you
feel like you're in north korea or something ....
Il Dolce Far Niente

Quote:> Came across Radio Africa International on 11735 in English at 1804.
> Transmitter is in Julich, Germany. An operation of the United Methodist
> Church.

> I was looking for Radio Tanzania-Zanzibar on 11734.1 which has been
> missing in action for some time.

> Steve
> Holland, MI
> Drake R7, R8 and R8B

 
 
 

Radio Africa International

Post by N8KD » Mon, 23 Feb 2004 07:34:19


> Don't you love being jammed by our own government's propoganda

Govt. ? What Govt.?
> - makes you
> feel like you're in north korea or something ....
> Il Dolce Far Niente


> > Came across Radio Africa International on 11735 in English at 1804.
> > Transmitter is in Julich, Germany. An operation of the United Methodist
> > Church.

> > I was looking for Radio Tanzania-Zanzibar on 11734.1 which has been
> > missing in action for some time.

> > Steve
> > Holland, MI
> > Drake R7, R8 and R8B

 
 
 

Radio Africa International

Post by tommyknocke » Mon, 23 Feb 2004 07:38:58


> Don't you love being jammed by our own government's propoganda - makes you
> feel like you're in north korea or something ....

It is not uncommon for two or three stations *in different parts of the
world* to be transmitting on the same freq at the same time. The key
here is that since they're broadcasting to different parts of the globe,
they're technically not interfering with each other. Of course, reality
doesn't always match up with the international radio laws.
> Il Dolce Far Niente


> > Came across Radio Africa International on 11735 in English at 1804.
> > Transmitter is in Julich, Germany. An operation of the United Methodist
> > Church.

> > I was looking for Radio Tanzania-Zanzibar on 11734.1 which has been
> > missing in action for some time.

> > Steve
> > Holland, MI
> > Drake R7, R8 and R8B